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Currently I am taking more than 2 minutes 30 seconds per question in Reading Comprehension. Can anybody suggests ideal timing for each questions in RC and methods to improve RC timings.
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Below are the ideal timings specified by MGMAT in their RC book:
 Timing for Short passages:
1. 6 Minutes for full RC with 3 questions
2. 2.5-3 minutes for RC & headline list
3. 60 Seconds or less for general questions
4. 75 Seconds for specific questions

 Timing for Long passages:
1. 8 Minutes for full RC with 4 questions
2. 3.5-4 minutes for RC & headline list
3. 60 Seconds or less for general questions
4. 75 Seconds for specific questions

For improving your RC skills and strategy, refer below article from Veritas & video from e-gmat:
http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2011/08 ... trategies/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... BQovNZISbc
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